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  1. 2003
  2. 2005
  3. Ethnicity and postgraduate study in sociology, anthropology and politics

    Johnson, J. & Wakeling, P., 2005.

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  4. Postgraduate study in politics

    Wakeling, P. & Johnson, J., 2005.

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  5. Family Health Narratives: Women's Concepts of vunerability to Illness

    Lindenmeyer, A., Green, E., Griffiths, F., Thompson, D. & Tsouroufli, M., Mar 2005.

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  6. Mixed messages and multiple voice-evaluating prenatal screening technologies

    Lewando-Hundt, G., Sandall, J., Spencer, K., Heyman, B., Williams, C., Pitson, L. & Tsouroufli, M., Jun 2005.

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  7. Fortelling the future: Womens' responses to innovative pregnancy and childbirth technologies, embodying risk and uncertainty or empowerment?

    Sandall, J., Lewando-Hundt, G., Spencer, K., Williams, C., Heyman, B., Pitson, L. & Tsouroufli, M., Jul 2005.

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  8. Evaluation of professional development strategies for bringing contemporary science into the classroom

    Ratcliffe, M. & Hanley, P., 1 Aug 2005.

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  9. Supporting doctors with disability in postgraduate medical training

    Tsouroufli, M., Payne, H. & Young, H., Sep 2005.

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  10. Ethnicity and postgraduate study in sociology, anthropology and politics a look at the evidence

    Wakeling, P. & Johnson, J., 8 Nov 2005.

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  11. 2006
  12. Ethnicity and postgraduate study in Politics: A Look at the Evidence

    Johnson, J. & Wakeling, P., 2006.

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  13. Gender, Medical Training and Careers: Tipping the balance?

    Tsouroufli, M., Payne, H. & Smith, M., 2006.

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  14. Nonschool Factors and Student Achievement on International Assessments.

    Hampden-Thompson, G., 2006.

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  15. One size fits all? Issues in Information-giving for antenatal chromosomal screening for Down's syndrome in the UK: A qualitative analysis of clinical consultants

    Tsouroufli, M., Hundt-Lewando, G., Sandall, J., Williams, C., Heyman, B., Spencer, K., Grellier, R. & Pitson, L., Jul 2006.

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  16. The Paradox of Women's Participation in Doctoral Study: an Examination of Four European Nations

    Gutierrez Esteban, P. & Wakeling, P., 25 Aug 2006.

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  17. Designing a professional development programme: a process of change management

    Hanley, P., Ratcliffe, M. & Maringe, F., 1 Sep 2006, p. 1-13.

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  18. Is there such a thing as a working-class academic?

    Wakeling, P., 6 Nov 2006.

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  19. 2007
  20. Continuing Professional Development for Senior Hospital Doctors: Reality of Rhetoric

    Tsouroufli, M. & Payne, H., 2007.

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  21. Systematic evaluation of test failure results

    Ciupa, I., Liu, L. L., Oriol, M., Leitner, A. & Borca-Muresan, R., 2007, p. 2--3.

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  22. Teachers' experiences of teaching `ideas-about-science' and socio-scientific issues

    Hanley, P., Ratcliffe, M. & Osborne, J., 2007.

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  23. Teachers’ Decision-making About Socio-scientific Issues

    Grace, M. & Hanley, P., 2007.

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  24. Who goes on to postgraduate study and why?

    Wakeling, P. & Morgan, M., 2007.

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  25. Continuing Professional Development for Senior Hospital Doctors: Reality of Rhetoric?

    Tsouroufli, M. & Payne, H., Sep 2007.

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  26. 2008
  27. Continuing Professional Development for Senior Hospital Doctors: Reality of Rhetoric

    Tsouroufli, M. & Payne, H., 2008.

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  28. Developing science teachers' ability to manage and assess decision-making discussions about biological conservation issues

    Grace, M., Byrne, J., Hanley, P., Eggert, S. & Bögeholz, S., 2008.

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  29. Gender Equality in Medicine: Issues of Professionalism and exclusion

    Tsouroufli, M., Jul 2008.

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  30. 2009
  31. All for medicine? Gender, time and professional identity in hospital medicine

    Tsouroufli, M., Ozbilgin, M., Smith, M. & Payne, H., 2009.

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  32. Professions on the move, Migration and new masculinities: The case of Iraqi refugees in Jordan

    Tsouroufli, M., Al Makhamerha, S. & Al Jahoub, M., 2009.

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  33. Less than doctors? Part-time work and gendered subjectivities in General Practice and Surgery

    Ozbilgin, M. & Tsouroufli, M., Feb 2009.

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  34. Gender and Discourses of Independent Learning in Medical Education

    Tsouroufli, M., Mar 2009.

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  35. All middle-class now? Social class in British postgraduate education

    Wakeling, P., 16 Apr 2009.

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  36. Left to your own devices: Gender, Autonomous learning and Authenticity in Medical Education

    Tsouroufli, M., Ozbilgin, M., Smith, M. & Payne, H., May 2009.

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  37. Prepared to practice? The views of F1 doctors

    Miles, S., Gibson, S., Tsouroufli, M., Cavenagh, P. & Leinster, S., Aug 2009.

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  38. Nostalgia for all hours training and Othering in Hospital Medicine in the UK

    Tsouroufli, M., Ozbilgin, M. & Smith, M., Dec 2009.

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  39. 2010
  40. Creating Communities of Scientific Enquiry

    Dunlop, L., Clarke, L. & McKelvey-Martin, V., 2010.

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  41. Developmental Dyslexia and Implicit Learning: Evidence from an AGL Transfer Study. Procedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences

    Pavlidou, E. & Williams, J., 2010, p. 3289–3296.

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  42. Do New Technologies Facilitate the Acquisition of Reading Skills? A Systematic Review of the Research Evidence

    Handley, Z. L. & Walter, C., 2010, p. 139-149. 10 p.

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  43. Forward Thinking: connecting science with the world around us

    Dunlop, L., Clarke, L. & McKelvey-Martin, V., 2010.

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  44. Left to your own devices: Gender, independent learning and dependencies in UK Medical Education

    Tsouroufli, M., Ozbilgin, M. & Smith, M., 2010.

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  45. Nostalgia for all hours training and Othering in Hospital Medicine in the UK

    Tsouroufli, M., Ozbilgin, M. & Smith, M., 2010.

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  46. Combining ethnographic and discourse analysis approaches: A study of professional identity in multi-disciplinary health care teams

    Tsouroufli, M., Al-Muhandis, H. & Richardson, B., Sep 2010.

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  47. 2011
  48. Can science teachers afford to ignore students’ religious beliefs?

    Hanley, P., 2011.

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  49. Developing Communities of Enquiry at Key Stage 3

    Dunlop, L., Clarke, L. & McKelvey-Martin, V., 2011.

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  50. Thinking in Communities of Scientific Enquiry

    Dunlop, L., Clarke, L. & McKelvey-Martin, V., 2011.

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  51. Breaking in and breaking out a Medical School: Feminist Academic Interrupted

    Tsouroufli, M., Feb 2011.

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  52. "It's not called the devil's course for nothing": masochism and machismo in postgraduate education

    Ronnie, L. & Wakeling, P., 8 Apr 2011.

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  53. The student perspective on the inter-relationship of science and religion in school

    Hanley, P., 25 Jun 2011.

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  54. Breaking in and breaking out a UK Medical School: Feminist academic interrupted?

    Tsouroufli, M., 25 Nov 2011.

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  55. 2012
  56. Creating citizenship communities. Research brief 4

    Davies, I., Hampden-Thompson, G., Sundaram, V., Tsouroufli, M., Jeffes, J. & Lord, P., 2012.

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  57. 2013
  58. Engaging girls with science through a community of enquiry

    Dunlop, L., Clarke, L. & McKelvey-Martin, V., 2013.

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  59. Learner generated noticing of written and aural L2 input

    Indrarathne, B., 2013.

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  60. 2014
  61. Beyond banking education in the science classroom

    Dunlop, L. & Brown, E. J., 2014.

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  62. Communities of enquiry in science education

    Dunlop, L., 2014.

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  63. Philosophy for children and scientific literacy

    Dunlop, L., 2014.

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  64. Towards an aesthetic of performing Shakespeare for children

    Elliott, V. F., 5 Jul 2014.

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  65. Combining methodologies of cognitive psychology and eye-tracking to investigate impact of emotions on clinical reasoning

    McKendree, J., Klassen, R., Henderson, J. & McIntyre, N., Aug 2014, p. 43-46. 4 p.

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  66. 2015
  67. Can IELTS and the CEFR do what our can dos can do? assessing student writing practices on Lancaster University’s EAP (Study Skills) Programme

    Indrarathne, B., Unger, J. & Sharkawi, T., Feb 2015.

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  68. Attentional Processing of Input in Different Input Conditions: an Eye Tracking Study

    Indrarathne, B. & Kormos, J., Jul 2015.

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  69. Attentional processing of input in different input conditions: an eye-tracking study

    Indrarathne, B. & Kormos, J., Aug 2015.

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  70. A psychological typology of cyberbullies in schools

    Kyriacou, C., Oct 2015.

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  71. 2016
  72. Relationship between attentional processing of input and working memory: an eye-tracking study

    Indrarathne, B. & Kormos, J., Jun 2016.

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  73. Relationship between attentional processing of input and working memory: an eye-tracking study

    Indrarathne, B. & Kormos, J., Aug 2016.

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  74. 2017
  75. Second language input, working memory and dyslexia

    Indrarathne, B., 2017.

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  76. Relationship between attentional processing and working memory: an eye-tracking study

    Indrarathne, B. & Kormos, J., Mar 2017.

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  77. How much exposure is needed for learners to pay attention?: Lessons from an eye-tracking study

    Indrarathne, B., Ratajczak, M. & Kormos, J., Aug 2017.

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  78. 2018
  79. Prosody of classic garden path sentences: The horse raced faster when embedded

    Grillo, N., Aguilar, M., Roberts, L., Santi, A. & Turco, G., 1 Jan 2018, p. 284-288. 5 p.

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  80. Influence of explicit feedback on attentional processing of written L2 input: insights from eye-tracking

    Indrarathne, B., Jul 2018.

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  81. 2019
  82. Creating an inclusive learning environment

    Indrarathne, B., Mar 2019.

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  83. Exploring EAP provision in Higher Education in four South Asian countries

    Indrarathne, B. & McCulloch, S., Apr 2019.

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  84. Training the next generation for aerosol science

    Reid, J. P., Knox, K. J., Boies, A., Miles, R. E. H. & Murnane, D., 11 Dec 2019, p. 52-53; Volume 30.

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  85. 2020